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Old 25th August 2014, 11:08   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if I can buy Cream of Tartar here in Turkey and if so what is it called.



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Old 25th August 2014, 11:35   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Cream of Tartar

its called Krem Tartar you should be able to find out where you can buy it from your local bakery
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Does anyone know if I can buy Cream of Tartar here in Turkey and if so what is it called.



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If you can't find it Sue use a dash of pure lemon juice,works just as well.
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its called Krem Tartar you should be able to find out where you can buy it from your local bakery

Is it not sold in Migros?
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I've tried finding it Sue in all shops,still no luck.
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I've tried finding it Sue in all shops,still no luck.
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Migros does sell it I have bought it there. it comes in packs of 5

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Migros does sell it I have bought it there. it comes in packs of 5

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Was none last week in Migros in Tosmur.Will try again on Thursday.Cheers.
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Re: Cream of Tartar

Well tried 3 different Migros and no cream of tartar, so tried a Turkish supermarket. In the Turkish supermarket in my best pigeon Turkish I asked for cream of tartar and said it was similar to bicarbonate of soda and was used for baking, the owner scratched his head looking bewildered so rang a friend up who spoke a bit of English but not enough to understand what I wanted. He obviously was desparate for a sale so I was offered cream, margarine and a cake instead!!!!!!!


I have some coming out from the UK in a couple of weeks time.


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Anyone know the Turkish name for Bicarbonate of Soda, and where and if it is available.

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Anyone know the Turkish name for Bicarbonate of Soda, and where and if it is available.

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Karbonat. You'll find it in little sachets in all the supermarkets and smaller shops. Usually somewhere near the flour and other baking requirements.
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